With the Phantom 2, Topo offers an incredibly comfortable Max Cushion running shoe for the road. It is not only your best friend for long runs like on clouds, it also accompanies you on your recovery days as an ultra-comfortable running shoe. As a V2, it received a completely newly developed mesh upper with very good ventilation and fine microfiber support structure.
The ZipFoam midsole, which has now grown to 33/28 mm, is made of the newly developed composite material of TPU and EVA and offers different degrees of hardness. The special feature of ZipFoam is the extremely low memory effect over the entire life of the shoe in conjunction with significant weight advantages and a remarkably high agility in the run. The lightweight sole, newly developed for the Phantom 2, offers very good grip while being extremely durable. The toe box is designed as a toe rocker and thus offers a steeper rolling motion at the forefoot for brisk running.
The Ortholite footbed also offers another comfort plus and makes the Phantom 2 the most comfortable topo in its class.
5mm Drop Topo´s highest available drop allows you to access natural running with more under-heel cushioning.
Zip Foam Proprietary midsole compound which is springier than EVA and offers more rebound over the life of the shoe.
Multi-Density midsole Allows you to access two levels of cushioning: soft against the foot and firmer/more responsive against the ground.
Ortholite footbed Comfortable, anti-compression footbed with anti-microbial properties.
Max Cushion damping for outstanding running comfort (
Super light sole design with extremely high grip
Especially comfortable and leading heel cap
Stitched tongue with lace guide
Straight cut for normal freedom of movement
The neutral shoe or cushioning shoe is equipped without pronation support (the lateral support of the foot). It is therefore particularly suitable for runners who have a regular rolling behaviour, i.e. who do not bend inwards or outwards when running. The neutral shoe can be used in competitions, fast training or long endurance sessions. The cushioning can vary depending on the intended use. In order to achieve a more direct ground contact in competition, it is advisable to use a slightly damped shoe. In training on hard surfaces or with long units, more cushioned shoes offer better comfort and protect the joints.